Lecture by Dr Malcolm Butler: “The deep structure beneath the Dorset region: using seismic lines, gravity, magnetics, borehores and pure conjecture to re-construct the history from the Lower Paleozoic to the Triassic.”
Dorset County Museum has held geology lectures on the second Wednesday of the winter months for many years. As the museum is now close for refurbishment, the Dorset Geologists’ Association Group have taken over running them until the Museum reopens in late 2020.
Time: 7.00p.m. (doors open 6.30 p.m.)
Where: Committee Room 1, County Hall, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ (use side entrance)
Parking: Free parking available behind County Hall.